Learning and Evaluation/Community Health learning campaign/Instructions

Learning Campaign:
What does
a healthy community
look like to you

Imagine a world in which every single human being can freely share in the sum of all knowledge. That's our commitment.

— Wikimedia Foundation Vision

The world is changing. The way we relate to knowledge is transforming. As the next billion people come online, the Wikimedia movement is working to bring more users on the wiki projects. The way we interact and collaborate online are key to building sustainable projects. How accessible are Wikimedia projects to newcomers today? Are we helping each other learn?
Share your views on this matter that affects us all!
We invite everyone to take part in this learning campaign. Wikimedia Foundation will distribute one Wikimania Scholarship 2016 among those participants who are eligible.

What is the goal of this campaign?


The different teams in the Community Engagement department are working together to better understand what makes a healthy community on Wikimedia projects, to better support experienced and new editors as they work together and contribute their knowledge online. With this learning campaign, the Learning and Evaluation team expects users to contribute their views on this topic through a series of questions. With the feedback, we will build different resources to assess communities on best practices to communicate online.

How can I get involved?

  1. Sign up on the list of participants.
  2. Make any of the following contibutions:
    1. A drawing (single or shared authorship): upload your drawing to Commons using commons:category:Learning Campaign on Community Health.
    2. Written responses to the questions.
  3. Sign your contribution.

Read the complete rules of the campaign here.

Important notice

All participants must have a registered user of at least one month antiquity on any Wikimedia project before the starting date of the campaign.
All eligible contributions must be done between July 15, and August 23, 2015 at 23:59 UTC